Abigail Segler, daughter of Brian and Lisa Segler, has been chosen at the Little Falls Community High School (LFCHS) January Girl of the Month. Segler has been  busy as she is active in the music department. She has played the French horn in the concert band and wind symphony. She is also with the ...Read More
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The Little Falls Exchange Club has selected Benjamin Witt, son of Ronald and Laureen Witt of Little Falls, as the January Boy of the Month. Doug  Ploof, one of Witt’s teachers summed up the reason Witt was chosen for this award. “Benjamin is one of our best and brightest students. He truly exem...Read More
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By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer Dr. Mark Moe, of Randall, always wanted to travel  to faraway places. But he never dreamed he’d end up in Europe, 270 B.C. Part action saga and part love story, Moe’s new historical fiction novel “The Crucible of Man” follows the journey of a man named Carp...Read More
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Senior netminder Ezra Spandl had 37 saves as the Little Falls boys hockey team upset visiting St. Cloud Cathedral last night 3-0. It was the first time the Flyers had beaten the Crusaders since 2011. Pierz took down Little Falls in girls basketball last night by a score of 59-46. The win was thanks ...Read More
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By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer The Little Falls City Council has appointed Jerry Knafla as the new Ward 2 City Council member. Knafla was chosen from seven candidates, all of whom applied to the vacant Ward 2 seat with a formal application and letter of interest. These candidates were interviewed...Read More
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The Little Falls fifth-grade girls basketball team earned silver medals at a Staples tournement Saturday, Jan. 24. The Flyers beat Staples/Motley 28-10 and New York Mills 26-14, but lost 30-14 in the championship game against Royalton. Pictured (left to right) is the team with their second-place awa...Read More
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By TINA SNELL, Correspondent The Randall City Council voted Wednesday to accept Phase I of the Wellhead Protection Plan as supplied by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). Phase II will be created and voted on in 2016. Phase I of the plan is a complicated collection of data of the city’s man...Read More
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